Tourism Sector

Brockton provides a wide selection of tourist attractions for nature lovers, arts and culture fans, those who like to browse local shops and dine out, tour our agricultural or industrial businesses, or explore our natural resources by the river or trails, we have something for everyone!

Brockton's history and heritage dates back more than 150 years. We have a dedicated Heritage Committee who promote our history whether it be researching family ancestors, learning more about your property, or Brockton in general, this is a great place to start! 

Greenock Swamp
Brockton is home to the largest natural wetland in Southern Ontario. Visit the following link to learn more about this Saugeen Conversation Area wetland.

Lobies Campground
Lobies Park Campground is located on the beautiful Saugeen River at the north end of Walkerton.  Whether you are travelling as a couple, with a family or as a group of friends, Lobies Park welcomes you.

Saugeen River Trail
Built on the old railway lines that ran in the late 1800's the Saugeen River Rail Trail is a year round, multi-use trail that offers over 5 km of beautiful scenic views alongside the river. It is a great idea for walking/hiking, cycling, cross-county skiing, snowshoeing and more.

World Class Fishing
Brockton is making a name for itself as one of the greatest fishing destinations in the world!  Home to both the Saugeen and Teeswater Rivers, Brockton offers first-class fly fishing,  and anglers will find the feeder streams and spring-fed lakes offer an abundance of brown trout, bass, and pike. 


Community Calendar - For a list of events happening in the community, view our Community Calendar for more information and some suggestions if you're curious on how and where to spend your leisure time locally!

County of Bruce - The Municipality of Brockton and County of Bruce are partners in promoting the region to tourists. Visit to learn more the many tourism amenities and assets in the region.

Walkerton Business Improvement Area (BIA) - Visit the Walkerton BIA website to view various selections of shopping or dining local, sights and attractions, accomodations, as well as other community events you can participate in.